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Become a Game Tester for SCEA!! **On-site Open Interviews 7/17/2007** SON-25970

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Sony Computer Entertainment America, Inc In partnership with Nelson Staffing Is seeking: QA Testers The QA Tester will perform various duties involving the QA testing of hardware and software for SCEA First Party and Third Party game titles. Candidates will be working within a team-based environment. Duties include, but are not limited to • Execute test plans on pre-release versions of software. • Measure and detects program defects with Games under evaluation/test. • Assess the quality standards of all games. • Assist and contribute to various tasks with the maintaining and support of all game test projects. • May execute test plans on public beta release versions of software. • May execute test plans on Pre-Tech versions of software. • May utilize basic knowledge of Networking Principles. • May utilize knowledge of Online specific gameplay elements. Requirements • Excellent analytical and problem solving skills • Excellent English verbal and written skills • Positive attitude, self motivated individual • Proficiency in playing console games • Ability to work well with others in group environment Bonus skills • C/C++ • Linux • Networking Onsite Open Interviews 7/17/2007 10am to 2pm Sony Computer Entertainment America 989 E. Hillsdale Blvd. 2nd Floor Foster City, CA 94404 All interested applicants should come with 2 copies of their resume and cover letter, as well as documentation to prove eligibility to work in the United States. Applicants must be of the age 18 or over and must be able to commit to a 1-year, 37.5 hour a week assignment. If you are not able to attend, please email your resume to mphillips@nelsonhr.com or call 650-598-5602 Principals only please. An EEO.

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